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Virgin Media offers new cloud storage for customers

Mar 14th, 14:30 by

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Virgin Media customers will be able to benefit from up to 50Gb of free storage, to back up important files and downloaded content.

The Virgin Media Cloud is available to all broadband customers, with additional storage sizes available at an extra cost.

Virgin Media has teamed up with security firm F-secure, to provide the new service, giving subscribers the peace of mind that all important files are safe with Virgin Media Cloud.

In their blog post, the broadband provider said: “We want to keep our customers, and their content, safe online so we’re giving our broadband customers an easy way to store and share content instantly from any device, wherever they are. So we’ve launched a new online storage service today that enables them to do just that.”

Up to 10 people, connected to the same home broadband connection, can have their own account with 5Gb of free storage each, making up a 50Gb allowance without charge.

If you need more storage, Virgin Media are offering several packages at an extra cost. Choose from 100Gb for £5.99 or £250Gb for £13.99 per month.

Customers can access Virgin Media Cloud on iOS, Android, Windows and Mac PC, with Windows Phone expected to follow suit.

Virgin Media adds: “The intuitive interface makes it easy to store, back up and access files safely from any location. As content syncs across all registered devices, users can take a photo on their smartphone while they’re out and view it on their laptop when they get home.”

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Source: Tech Week Europe

Categories: Virgin Media

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